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  • LOU GRANT: VIOLENCE (TV)

    (April 06, 1981)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. Rossi's good-natured profile of hard-hitting football player "Crusher" Carter assumes greater significance when Carter's vicious tackle is responsible for t...

  • HONEYMOONERS, THE: BROTHER RALPH (TV)

    (November 26, 1955)

    One in this series of comedies about Ralph Kramden, a blustery bus driver, his long-suffering but understanding wife, Alice, and their neighbors, Ed and Trixie Norton. In this episode, Alice begins working as a secretary after Ralph is laid off from his jo...

  • LOU GRANT: STROKE {FOURTH SEASON FINALE} (TV)

    (May 04, 1981)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. In this episode, Mrs. Pynchon and her nephew are at odds over the purchase of a magazine. When his aunt suffers a stroke, the nephew tries to stop all purchas...

  • LOU GRANT: CHRISTMAS (TV)

    (December 13, 1977)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and its city editor, Lou Grant. In this episode, Lou tries to bring the Christmas spirit to "The Trib.," Billie reports on a family living in a tent, and Rossi is sent to report on the ...

  • LOU GRANT: PILLS {SECOND SEASON PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 25, 1978)

    One in this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and city editor Lou Grant. In this episode, Joe Rossi goes to jail after he refuses to name a source used in a story about a doctor's drug dealing, and Charlie invites a group of high s...

  • LOU GRANT: COPHOUSE {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 20, 1977)

    Premiere of this series of dramas about a Los Angeles newspaper, its staff, and its city editor, Lou Grant. In this episode, Lou begins his new job at the Los Angeles Tribune. Rossi gets wind of a police scandal, but the reporter assigned to the story is r...

  • WALTER WINCHELL SHOW, THE {FINAL PROGRAM} (TV)

    (December 28, 1956)

    Final program in this series of variety programs hosted by Walter Winchell. Frankie Lane sings "Dream All Your Troubles Away," followed by a comic dance routine. Lisa Kirk sings "Anything Goes" and "I'll Be Happy," followed by comedian Jack Carter, who jok...

  • BARNEY MILLER: THANKSGIVING STORY (TV)

    (November 24, 1977)

    One in this comedy series about police Capt. Barney Miller and his squad of detectives in Manhattan's 12th Precinct. In this episode, on Thanksgiving, one Ed Gerrity is brought into the precinct, having stabbed his "bum" of a brother-in-law, Paul Powell, o...

  • CHICO AND THE MAN: READY WHEN YOU ARE, CB (TV)

    (December 24, 1976)

    One in this comedy series about a cantankerous garage owner and his wisecracking Chicano assistant. In this episode, Louie, Chico and Della all prepare to celebrate New Year's Eve, though Ed is characteristically unamused and declares that he hates the hol...

  • X MINUS ONE: THE TRAP (RADIO)

    (February 13, 1957)

    One in this series of science-fiction dramas. In this episode, two drunken hunters find a trap outside their door in which they seem to catch strange animals. In the meantime, the voice of an alien describes how he has planted a matter transmitter disguise...

  • JACKIE GLEASON SHOW, THE {THE HONEYMOONERS: PLASTERED IN PARIS} (TV)

    (February 09, 1957)

    One in this comedy/variety series featuring Jackie Gleason. In this special series of musical-comedy sketches based on "The Honeymooners," bus driver Ralph Kramden, his wife, Alice, and their friends Ed and Trixie Norton have won a trip around the world in...

  • JACKIE GLEASON AND HIS AMERICAN SCENE MAGAZINE {THE HONEYMOONERS} {SERIES PREMIERE} (TV)

    (September 29, 1962)

    The premiere of this comedy/variety series featuring Jackie Gleason, with topical humor that satirizes current events. This program includes a sketch of "The Honeymooners," based on the series of programs about Ralph Kramden, a blustery bus driver, his lon...

  • NIGHT OF 100 STARS II {LUCILLE BALL, JOE NAMATH, JOE DIMAGGIO, GEORGE BURNS, AND OTHERS} (TV)

    (March 10, 1985)

    This special is the second "Night of 100 Stars" to benefit The Actors Fund of America. Edited from a seven-hour live entertainment marathon that was taped February 17, 1985, at New York's Radio City Music Hall, this sequel to the 1982 "Night of 100 Stars" ...

  • OFFICE, THE: CHRISTMAS WISHES (TV)

    (December 08, 2011)

    One in this "mockumentary" comedy series, based on the British series of the same name, about the oddball employees of the Dunder-Mifflin paper company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In this episode, Andy vows to grant all of the employees' holiday wishes, tho...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: GUARDIAN (TV)

    (January 11, 1995)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: TURNAROUND {PART 2 OF 3} (TV)

    (March 20, 1997)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: D-GIRL {PART 1 OF 3} (TV)

    (March 13, 1997)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • LAW & ORDER {LAW AND ORDER}: SHOWTIME {PART 3 OF 3} (TV)

    (March 27, 1997)

    One in this series of dramas that deals with the investigation, arrest, and prosecution of criminals. The first half of each episode concerns the police procedure that leads to the arrest of a suspect, while the second half covers the efforts of the distri...

  • BOYS OF ST. VINCENT, THE: 15 YEARS LATER {THE BOYS OF SAINT VINCENT: FIFTEEN YEARS LATER} (TV)

    (December 07, 1992)

    This made-for-television drama film, the second of two, explores the dark secrets at a Catholic boys' orphanage in Newfoundland and the aftermath of the scandal a decade and a half later. The story begins in Montreal as Peter Lavin, now a married father of...

  • SIX FEET UNDER: ECOTONE (TV)

    (July 31, 2005)

    One in this series about the Fisher clan, a loving -- if dysfunctional -- family struggling to maintain a sense of normalcy in the face of the stressful day-to-day operations of the eccentric family business, a funeral home in Los Angeles. In this episode,...